CelebraTion

CelebraTion is Trinity’s huge annual event bringing together the community to raise funds in support of student activity and athletic programs, and need-based financial aid programs.

The fundraiser was born out of necessity when Trinity experienced a budget shortfall more than forty years ago. What emerged then and what has evolved today is a true expression of the resourcefulness that has been our hallmark. CelebraTion has evolved into a beautiful, fun evening to gather with the Trinity Family and support “this place” called Trinity.

Next year’s event will be held on Saturday, March 10, 2018. We came home to Trinity last year for our event, which now takes place in Convocation Hall. This year’s event will also include special live entertainment by our own Trinity Jazz Band and Trinity Theater Department.

Our spirited volunteers always assemble an amazing lineup of wonderful gifts including: beautiful vacation spots, concerts, Trinity items and much more.

YOU can help by donating a gift, joining our army of volunteers or planning to attend as a patron. Contact the CelebraTion team today at celebration@trinityrocks.com or call us at 502.736.2116.

Please join us on March 10, 2018 as we CelebraTe !

When:

March 10, 2018


Where:

Trinity High School, Convocation Hall

YOU can help by donating a gift, joining our army of volunteers or planning to attend as a patron. Contact the CelebraTion team today at celebration@trinityrocks.com or call us at 502.736.2116.

Please join us on March 10 as we CelebraTe !

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